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Feb 6, 2011 5:30pm PST
gregor-wood, abc news, london. >>> earlier tonight, president obama sat down with fox news channel's bill o'reilly to talk about politics, egypt, and of course, football. joining us to talk about is abc senior political editor rick klein. rick, we heard christiane talk about the muslim brotherhood. bill o'reilly asked the president about that organization and if it is anti-american. what did the president say? >> reporter: the president said there are strains of the brotherhood that are anti-american, but significantly, jake, he rejected the idea that the only two choices in egypt are between the muslim brotherhood and a repressed egyptian people. he said, certainly, the muslim brotherhood is well organized, but they do not have majority support and there are others in egypt who will have a say. >> and o'reilly suggested that president obama is moving to the center to improve his standing. how did the president respond to that? >> reporter: presidents never like to say they're moving. the president said, i didn't move, i'm the same guy. he talked about his plans for investing in education a
Feb 13, 2011 6:00pm EST
the size of the american government. tomorrow, president obama will unveil his new budget, cutting more than $1 trillion over the next ten years. but republicans said today that they want much more. bottom line here, programs that americans depend on are about to get hammered. david kerley starts us off tonight from washington. david, good evening to you. >> reporter: the president is poised to release that budget, which will probably ignite anger from all corners. that's because he's proposing cuts to programs which liberals consider sacred. and conservatives are concerned that he's not going to cut enough. hot off the presses, the president's budget. in which he promises spreading cuts, some surprisingly deep. >> my budget freezes annual domestic spending for the next five years. even on programs i care deeply about. which will reduce the deficit by more than $400 billion over the next decade. >> reporter: with additional cuts, the president says he'll shave more than a trillion dollars over a decade. republicans aren't buying it. >> we're broke. what's really dangerous is if we conti
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